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Entries Tagged ‘Brooklyn’

Author: We need to make women “comfortable” with abortion

by Kelli A while back I reluctantly attended a girls’ movie night with a few other women in their late 20s. When I arrived, I was informed we were to watch Obvious C?hild. I was less than one beer in when I deduced none of the women there had ever had an abortion. I quietly […]

Vanity Fair busts Planned Parenthood in undercover NuvaRing sting

i.2.nuvaring-death-scandal-prIt appears Live Action isn’t the only organization nailing Planned Parenthood in undercover investigations.

Add none other than Vanity Fair to the list.

I’m late reading a 10,000 word exposé in the magazine’s January issue on the dangers of a hormonal birth control device called NuvaRing.

Claim that contraception caused NYC’s big abortion drop defies reality

by Kelli The City’s claim that increased use of contraception is the cause of the substantial decline is quite perplexing, though. While the CDC through its comprehensive National Survey of Family Growth has found steadily declining rates of teenage sexual activity, they have not found substantial increases in contraceptive use. And the City has been […]

Basketball CEO sued for breaking promises to girlfriend after abortion

A New Jersey appeals court has ruled that a woman who dated [Brooklyn] Nets CEO Brett Yormark (pictured right) can’t sue him after she had an abortion. Reyna Purcell claims Yormark promised to stay in their relationship and take her on vacation if she ended her pregnancy. Purcell claims she wanted to keep the baby. […]

NYC’s oldest and largest abortion clinic stops due to pro-life protests

With the autumn 40 Days for Life campaign just underway, this great news provides more evidence that sustained pro-life presence in front of abortion clinics hurts business, whether we think so at the time or not.

From New York Daily News, October 1, comes this article, the title and subtitle of which provides pretty much all the information you need to know: “Sunset Park clinic will no longer offer abortions, instead only outpatient surgical care: Protesters drove away doctors and patients, says clinic owner”:

Pro-life news brief 6-29-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Deng Jiyuan, the husband of the Chinese woman who was forced into a 7-month abortion has resurfaced in Beijing after leaving his hometown and is seeking help to get his wife released from the local hospital:

    Despite her requests to leave, Ms. Feng has been held in Shanxi Zhenping County Hospital watched over by local government officials, since being forced to abort her seven-month-old fetus on June 2.

    In a sign that local officials may be bending to public pressure, Ms. Feng’s sister-in-law, Deng Jicai, said by phone Friday evening that doctors had told her Ms. Feng would be released from the hospital following a final check up on Saturday. “Right now there is no one blocking us from leaving,” Ms. Deng said. “Those government people have been gone since yesterday.”

New York City’s astronomical abortion rate unzipped: 56% repeats, 38% gov’t-funded

The Chiaroscuro Foundation has done something interesting. It asked the New York City Department of Health to provide the zip codes of mothers getting abortions in New York City, this in follow up to its shocking December 2010 report revealing that 41% of all NYC pregnancies ended in abortion in 2009. Worse, the statistic was […]

Victoria Beckham’s beautiful baby bump

Click both photos to enlarge… Pop eaters like me know former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham gave birth to daughter Harper Seven on July 11. But a few days before that soccer star husband David snapped the above photo of Victoria sunbathing, which I think is so beautiful and wanted to share.


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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